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L&L Article Podcast: December/January Point/Counterpoint

Scott Merrick and Rurick Nackerud argue both sides of the question "Can your PLN replace traditional PD?" Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship for Johns Hopkins University. Read the print version here.

Direct download: Dec2010-PointCounterpoint.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 1:55pm PST

JDLTE Author Perspectives Episode 8: Susie Gronseth and Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich

The editors of ISTE's Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education (JDLTE) interview Susie Gronseth and Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich, co-authors (along with Thomas Brush, Jesse Strycker, Serdar Abaci, Wylie Easterling, Tiffany Roman, Sungwon Shin, and Peter van Leusen, all from Indiana University Bloomington) of "Equipping the Next Generation of Teachers: Technology Preparation and Practice." The article received the ISTE's Special Interest Group for Teacher Educators' 2010 Research Paper Award and was published in the Fall 2010 issue (27[3]) of JDLTE.

Direct download: JDLTE_Podcast_Fall2010.wav
Category:JDLTE -- posted at: 4:15pm PST

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 22: Lynne Schrum

Lynne Schrum, editor of Considerations on Technology and Teachers: The Best of JRTE, talks about why and how she put this collection together. She also emphasizes the importance of empirical research as well as the value of author reflection that is included in her book.

 

Direct download: JRTBK1_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:53pm PST

L&L Article Podcast: "Culture of Collaboration" by Brenda McCombs

Find out how one school system achieved districtwide technology integration through an ongoing professional development program that encouraged its teachers to learn and lead together. This podcast is 13:22 minutes long. Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship for Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: Nov2010-CultureOfCollaboration.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 10:46am PST

L&L Article Podcast: November 2010 Point/Counterpoint

Meg Griffin and Michael Cady argue both sides of the question "Is it time to switch to digital textbooks?" This podcast is 8:18 minutes long. Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship for Johns Hopkins University. Read the print version in the L&L archives.

Direct download: Nov2010-PointCounterpoint.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 10:29am PST

L&L Article Podcast: September/October 2010 Point/Counterpoint

Rick Weinberg and Gary Stager argue opposing sides of the question "Should there be limits on students' screen time?" This podcast is 8:36 minutes long. Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship for Johns Hopkins University. Read the print version here.

Direct download: Sept_Oct2010PointCounterpoint.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 11:30am PST

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 21: Atsusi “2c” Hirumi

Atsusi “2c” Hirumi, editor of Playing Games in School: Video Games and Simulations for Primary and Secondary Education, explains why games are such an effective educational tool. Hirumi gives advice on how to get started using games in an educational environment where gaming is not encouraged and also discusses the importance of student assessment in game-based learning.

 

Direct download: GAMING_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 10:13am PST

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 20: Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum

Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum, co-authors of Web 2.0 How-To for Educators, discuss the power of Web 2.0 when used to facilitate learning and teaching. They share examples of Web 2.0 tools that educators are using in the classroom and provide ideas on how to encourage other educators to integrate Web 2.0.

 

Direct download: HOW2NS_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 2:23pm PST

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 19: Burt Lo

Burt Lo, author of GPS and Geocaching in Education, explains what geocaching is and what you need to get started. Lo provides a number of examples of how geocaching can be used in education and gives tips for geocaching with your students.

 

Direct download: GCACHE_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 10:33am PST

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 18: Matt Levinson

Matt Levinson, author of From Fear to Facebook: One School’s Journey, discusses the challenges he and Nueva School faced as they embarked on a 1-to-1 laptop program. Levinson shares what he learned from this experience and how the lessons he learned can be applied to the introduction of any new technology in the classroom.

 

Direct download: ISKOOL_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 7:42am PST

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